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Adobe Releases First Beta Versions of Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush and Audition for Mac Devices Based on the Apple M1 Chip

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The release of the ARM-based Apple M1 processors was certainly a big deal for the entire IT world. However, the transition to a new architecture also implies the adaptation of current applications for ARM. Adobe was one of the first to release its applications for the ARM architecture. Beta apps are now added to Photoshop and Lightroom Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush and Audition.

The above applications were originally designed for Intel x64. However, in the Mac family based on the Apple M1, these applications also work, but only through an emulator like Rosetta 2. It is clear that the emulator slows down the applications a little and that is why Adobe is trying to adapt its products to ARM as quickly as possible.

Already in the first beta of Premiere Pro for Apple M1, you can see significant performance gains based on internal Adobe benchmarks. In addition, the beta release will allow Adobe to collect performance information from various devices to speed up the optimization process and add new functionality.

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It is also interesting to note that in tasks related to real-time computing, the M1 processor outperforms solutions from Intel. This is clearly seen in the comparative graph of the Audition application. Of course, good application optimization plays an important role in these results, but it also shows that the Apple M1 is a really powerful processor in its segment.

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In his blog Adobe says final versions of Premiere Pro, Audition, and Premiere Rush for Apple M1-based systems will be available in the first half of 2021. Work on the ARM adaptation of After Effects and Character Animator will begin in 2021. You can download beta versions of applications for Apple M1 from the repository Creative Cloud.

A source: Adobe

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